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Zovio takes steps to dissolve, aims to sell Fullstack Academy for $55M

Zovio takes steps to dissolve, aims to sell Fullstack Academy for $55M

Higher Ed Dive  Natalie Schwartz September 21, 2022 Dive Brief:  Zovio, a troubled educational services company, is taking steps to sell off its assets and shut down, according to a Tuesday filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The company’s board is recommending that Zovio liquidate its assets and pay any […]

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Inside preparations to challenge Biden’s student loan forgiveness

Inside preparations to challenge Biden’s student loan forgiveness

Axios Sophia Cai September 19, 2022 Conservative groups have launched a national search for prospective plaintiffs to challenge the Biden administration’s federal student loan forgiveness order in court. Why it matters: 43 million student borrowers eligible for relief could be stuck in financial limbo if the order becomes embroiled in drawn-out litigation. What […]

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Weak Enrollment Pressures US Higher Education

Weak Enrollment Pressures US Higher Education

Fitch Ratings September 19, 2022 Fitch Ratings-Chicago/New York-19 September 2022: Enrollment pressures are expected to continue to weigh on US higher education even as the pandemic effects recede, with less selective institutions facing credit pressure, Fitch Ratings says. While freshmen matriculation and international student enrollment have rebounded somewhat from 2021 […]

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Stanford Law Introduces Income-Share Agreements

Stanford Law Introduces Income-Share Agreements

Inside Higher Ed Josh Moody September 19, 2022 Once a hot topic in higher education, income-share agreements have faced increasing scrutiny in recent years. Now, even as some colleges wind their ISA programs down, Stanford Law School is going a different route and launching a new pilot program for income-share agreements. […]

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Online learning satisfaction rises post-pandemic

Online learning satisfaction rises post-pandemic

ED SCOOP Jake Williams September 15, 2022 Ninety-four percent of online learners reported positive views of online learning, according to a survey published this month by the academic publisher Wiley. Of the 2,500 adult respondents who enrolled or were planning to enroll in an online degree or certificate program, Wiley found most […]

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Admissions Survey in a World of Change

Admissions Survey in a World of Change

Inside Higher Ed Scott Jaschik September 19, 20222 The 2022 Inside Higher Ed Survey of College and University Admissions Directors arrives at a time of significant change for admissions, with more change coming soon: The Supreme Court will hear two cases involving affirmative action next month. Standardized testing’s importance in admissions is […]

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5 trends in upward transfer that 4-year colleges should watch

5 trends in upward transfer that 4-year colleges should watch

Higher Ed Dive Natalie Schwartz September 15, 2022 We took a closer look at National Student Clearinghouse Research Center data to tease out what could most impact 4-year institutions. Transfer enrollment has been hammered hard by the coronavirus pandemic. Over the past two years, the number of transfer students enrolling […]

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Sikich

Sikich

Primary Contact: Kelly Glover – Marketing Manager Email: kelly.glover@sikich.com 1415 W. Diehl Rd Suite 400 Naperville, IL 60563 (877) 279-1900 Website: https://www.sikich.com/ Company Information: Sikich is a nationwide leader in providing Title IV audits and consulting services to private, for-profit and not-for-profit post-secondary schools and colleges, community colleges and universities. […]

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New Title IX Rules Get 235,000 Comments

New Title IX Rules Get 235,000 Comments

Inside Higher Ed Katherine Knott September 14, 2022 A step forward or backward? Title IX public comments show deep divisions. Higher education associations generally like Education Secretary Miguel Cardona’s new regulations for Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 but want more clarity about how the changes would be carried out, […]

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